You probably know that a fast-food burger isn’t healthy, but did you know that your lunch of ham and cheese on whole wheat bread might also be considered a highly processed meal?
Processed foods make up more than three-quarters of food and drink purchases in the U.S. Unfortunately, these products can lead to poor health. Eating clean and choosing whole foods over processed ones may help you live a healthier life and even extend your lifespan.
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The scientist and author Tim Spector wants to help you make small but important changes to improve the way you eat – while still enjoying your food.
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Did you know, one third* of food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted globally? Food waste is central to some of the key challenges facing the world today, including hunger and poverty, climate change, health and wellbeing and the sustainability of agriculture and oceans.
Wasting food is also a waste of the energy to grow, harvest, process and cook, and food waste in landfill can cause methane emissions, a potent greenhouse gas.
*Source: World Food Programme
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A healthy plant-based diet can benefit both our health and the planet. Transitioning to a more plant-based diet should focus on increasing healthy plant foods and worry less about reducing animal products.
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Food waste is a growing problem contributing to our strain on natural resources. However, food waste can be eliminated or at least reduced with our help. Small steps can make a significant difference if we pay more attention to our relationship with the food we purchase and consume.
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